Benoy bags £100 million retail spree in Hong Kong
Benoy has scooped a mammoth multimillionpound retail chunk of a £6 billion property development to be built at Kowloon Station in Hong Kong. The practice, which was approached because of its award-winning Bluewater retail scheme, beat five other firms from the UK and US to win the £100 million job from the Mass Transit Railway Corporation (MTRC) after a competition and two months of presentations. It will work with a local firm on designs for the site, which is directly above ...
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